Many of the countryside places that we care for in the Lake District, along with our car parks, have now re-opened. There are also a number of bookable places open, including Hill Top, Sizergh and Fell Foot. There’s no need to book to visit places like Aira Force, Tarn Hows, or Borrowdale. We just ask that you come back another time if the car park is full.
Beatrix Potter's 17th-century farmhouse: a time-capsule of her life.
The cottage garden is a haphazard mix of flowers, herbs, fruit and vegetables. Make your way up the garden path and see for yourself why Beatrix loved this place.
Whether you’re venturing on to the high fells, exploring the area by boat, going for an amble by a lakeshore, or mountain biking on off road trails, here’s a handy guide to our car parks in the Lake District to help you plan your day.
We have a wide range of accommodation across the Lake District, from lakeside cottages to rustic bothies and campsites. It’s really important that you check availability and book your stay online before making your journey, to avoid being disappointed when you arrive. We’ve got availability in winter and this is a great time to visit.